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Essentially a dual extruder design -- one extruder using a conductive paste -- which also pauses and resumes to encapsulate components. Desirable!

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'Xanukah isn't a "Jewish Xmas."... Similarly, Ramadan isn't a "Muslim Lent," Diwali ins't "Hindu Halloween" – or even a "Hindu Xanukah," despite the fact that Diwali is also the "Festival of Lights."'

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"In one too-perfect example, Viguerie raised $802,028 for a client seeking to distribute Bibles in Asia—who paid $889,255 for the service."

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'But even as far as we’ve come, women are still one class of people who are set apart, separated, and given less value and worth by multiple religious traditions. Religion has defined women by their maternity—just one dimension of a woman’s multifaceted humanity. Religion has defined women as “helpmates,” as too irrational to lead, too intellectually limited for the public dimensions of life. Though they are endowed with the same degree of sense, reason, and intellect as men, women have been locked out of full humanity and full participation in religious institutions and society at large. This marginalization of women masquerades as “protecting” them and even “exalting” them. Instead, these attitudes serve to deny the human race the fullness of female gifts and a female perspective on life.'

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